Understanding the Love of God – Part 2
! John 3 and 4 contain six proofs of our love for God. In this article, Dr. Nikoley provides three of these proofs.
Break Up Your Fallow Ground
Here Dr. Hans Nikoley gives us a lesson in cultivating our hearts for our Lord.
God Has Revealed Himself to Puny Man
It’s amazing to realize that the Creator of the universe has revealed Himself to mankind. Bro. Oxendine tells us why man needs a revelation from God and how He is revealed.
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled
If we were to only look around us, it would fill our hearts with despair. There is anarchy in the streets, economic turmoil, and pestilence; however, Bro. Craig Burcham reminds us that the peace of God passes all understanding and Jesus commands us to not allow our hearts to be troubled.
Falling In Love With Your Bible
In our church, one of our favorite songs is “I Love the Old Bible.” It’s one thing to sing it and wave your Bible, but how much do we really treasure God’s Word? Bro. Craig Burcham tells us how we can truly fall in love with “God’s wonderful Book divine.”
Traits of a Great Sunday School Teacher – Part 1
A Sunday school teacher influences his students, not only for the time they are in his class but often for a lifetime. Bro. Andrew Reimers points out the traits that make a great Sunday school teacher.
Give God the Best Gift for a Better Christian Life!
Since God owns everything and can do anything, what can we possibly give God that He doesn’t already have? In this article, Pastor Justin Cooper gives us the answer.
Having A Heart for God – Part 2
In this second part of the message “Having a Heart for God,” Dr. Nikoley warns against the philosophy of the world.
Having A Heart for God – Part 1
In this article, Dr. Hans Nikoley reminds us that as Christians we are to be in the world, but not of the world.
It’s that time of year when many of us do our “spring cleaning” and get our homes ready for the warm days of summer. In this article, Mrs. Lauren Morris gives us a checklist not only for “spring cleaning” our homes, but also our hearts.